The Axis On The Glasses Are Not As Prescribed By A Doctor?
Evening. NCheck my husband’s eyes: nD: sph-0.75, cyl 0.25, axis 90. nS: sph -1, cyl -0.5, axis 60. nAs soon as the glasses are finished there is a wrong axis, which should be 60 u0026amp ; 90, in fact 60 of them. NIs this dangerous? NWhat are the side effects if we keep using these glasses? Even though the axis is wrong. NBecause I bought the glasses and lenses online so it’s hard to return. N nTks nGreetings n
Hello Indri, thank you for the question.
Examination of eye refraction does require accuracy and likewise in making the appropriate glasses, must strictly follow the prescription written by the Ophthalmologist. In prescriptions for glasses, the axis serves to help correct astigmatism, which is indicated by the cylinder or the writing of the Cyl.
Now, if there is a mismatch between making glasses or eyeglass lenses with the given prescription, of course this can make the patient's eyes uncomfortable, so it is highly recommended to make glasses in Optics that do have complete equipment so that the potential for errors can be minimized. .
My advice at this time is to try to change the eyeglass lenses so that they are in accordance with the size of the eyeglass prescription that your husband received. You can contact the eyewear retailer again, or you can decide to visit an existing optic to help correct this sizing error.
Don't forget to consult the ophthalmologist again, Indri.
Check together the types of eyeglass lenses here
I hope this helps.
Dr. Otniel Budi Krisetya